“Explore six Central American countries on this thrilling overland tour. Free time in each spot lets you indulge your own passions - boating, birding, trekking or culture.”
Cancun | Playa del Carmen | Caye Caulker | San Ignacio | Flores | Tikal National Park | Rio Dulce | Garifuna town of Livingston | Antigua, Guatemala | Copan, Honduras | Roatan Island | Leon, Nicaragua | Granada | Mombacho Volcano | Ometepe Island | San Jose | Optional: boat tour to Isla Mujeres, Tulum, swimming with whale sharks, Cozumel island, diving the "Blue Hole", manatee breeding ground, canoeing, cave tours, coffee plantation, zip lining, horse riding, hot springs, fishing and more
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It's a long trip but there's plenty of travelling - including public transport; you'll thank yourself for packing light.
Small group, max. 16 people. Min. age 12.
Hostels, hotels and guesthouses.
Solo travellers welcome. Single rooms availabel with surcharge.
Accomm., listed activities, tour leader, local guides, transport inc. local flight.
Small group adventure holiday
Whether you are travelling alone or with friends/family its good value, and a great way to meet new people! While itineraries are pre-planned there is some flexibility and you'll have plenty of privacy. This trip will appeal to travellers of all ages who enjoy meeting new people as well as seeing new places.
Responsible tourism: Central America tour
We visit Tikal ruins and Copán ruins as well as staying on Caye Caulker. Visiting these highlights means our entry fees and money spent contribute to the local economy and protecting the environment.
The tour guides that we use are extremely knowledgeable of the areas will educate our passengers to respect the environment in an appropriate fashion. This includes not littering especially at beach locations like Caye Caulker and not touching the coral when snorkelling.
Because we take public transport such as public buses on this tour, rather than using internal flights, our carbon emissions and overall environmental impact is lower.
We use local operators and specialist guides throughout our Central America Adventure Tours. This includes local transport, locally owned hotels, restaurants, agencies and guides for excursions.
Our commitment to these local operators means we are constantly putting back into the community and ensuring these businesses continue to prosper. This also empowers local business operators leading to increased confidence and development of their products and services.
In San Ignacio there is the option to go to the Green Iguana Project. Here all proceeds go back to the project where they are working on increasing the numbers of the green iguana. Throughout the tour we embrace local cuisine and encourage travellers to eat in local eateries and try new locally sourced culinary delights.
In Granada, the tour leaders will offer to take the group to Café de las Sonrisas. All the servers are deaf and the business helps these people establish a living. There is also the opportunity to buy beautiful hammocks here with the money going back to the employees who work there.